Contact Wanda Darland at
(800) 928-5272 (Ext. 106) for more information.

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Your Opportunity to Make a Difference

We need your active involvement and support as members on KASA’s standing committees. This is your opportunity to make a difference.

Committees are a guiding force in all aspects of KASA. Volunteering to serve on a KASA committee is your opportunity to make a difference statewide.

"If you want to become a better more rounded leader - serve on a KASA committee…You will develop connections with colleagues across the commonwealth who will help you problem solve issues at school, serve as professional references, and aid in your personal growth as a leader. The experience of serving on a KASA committee should be seen as an investment in yourself. I hope you consider joining us and I look forward to working with you soon." Dr. Jason Detre, Middle School Principal, Jefferson County Schools and KASA Past President

Committee List
Annual Leadership Institute: Design and host Kentucky's largest professional learning event for p-12 public school leaders

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEIB) Task Force: Develop impactful programming that engages people of color and those with diverse backgrounds in all levels of KASA, providing effective training to increase cultural competency, aspiring leader programs with pathways to advancement, statewide networking opportunities, and successful recruitment/retention strategies to ensure leadership represents our diverse student populations.

Education Law & Finance Institute Planning Team: Plan the annual event to provide deeper knowledge and enhanced skill set in the areas of school law, finance, operations, human resources, and policy.

Government Affairs Team: Develop the association's blueprint for KASA's year-round advocacy and lobbying work.

Leadership Awards: Honor Kentucky's exemplary leaders by guiding this program to recognize Freds, office professionals, administrators of the year, and distinguished service award recipients.

Nominating Committee: Select officer candidates for vice president and president-elect for membership consideration and election.

Leading Innovative Learning Task Force: Help create the future our learners and leaders need by developing deeper learning networks, designing professional learning opportunities, creating cultures of innovation, and committing to change leadership.

School Safety Council: Ensure safety is the #1 priority among our school leaders by focusing on training, information sharing, team building among all leaders, and controlled access to the school environment while recognizing the need for open learning spaces.

Leadership Steering Committee: Help guide the association's leadership development for exemplary and effective leadership among educators and students. Eligibility to serve on this committee requires having completed facilitator training for the work.

Note: The KASA president appoints committee members each September for two-year terms running October through September.